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Two seemingly contradictory ideas are at the heart of the communal kitchen and dining room at DuEast condos in Toronto’s Regent Park neighbourhood: togetherness and privacy. “The project is trying to integrate quite a few different communities together, and we wanted to create spaces that people from multiple groups would feel comfortable in,” says Stanley Sun, partner at Toronto’s Mason Studio, which designed the building’s interior spaces. “We wanted it to not just be for groups who all know each other and book out the entire space, but also multiple smaller groups of people at the same time.”

Close-up of the tile inlay flooring in the kitchen at DuEast condos
Tile inlay in the laminate wood flooring under the island has the look of carpeting and helps to define the area.

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In Toronto, A Communal Condo Kitchen Balances Privacy and Togetherness

How Toronto’s Mason Studio created a convivial kitchen in Regent Park’s DuEast condos.

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